Google Search Hints at Connection Between Iranian President and Haman


Breaking Israel News: A Hebrew language search for Haman the Agagi on Google produces an unexpected yet appropriate result: an image of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the former president of Iran notorious for his extreme hatred of Israel.

Purim, a joyous holiday children anticipate with joy all year long,  is only a few weeks away. As part of the holiday theme, many parents are searching on the internet for costume ideas. Google searches for other characters from the Book of Esther read on Purim produce the expected results: Mordechai the righteous, Esther the beautiful and brave, Vashti, Ahashverosh, etc., dressed in period costume. But a Hebrew language search for Haman the Agagi brings up in the Wikipedia pane on the right, a photo of the former Iranian president tucked in among the expected era-accurate depictions of the ancient Persian hater of Israel.

Though this may be unintentional, the glitch serves to emphasize that Biblical difficulties often return under a different guise, and the ancient solution may still be appropriate. more

Opinion: Sometimes a headline makes me get up, go find the Editor, and say “You won’t believe this one”. That is usually followed by a phone call to our friend Vason.

Our first book Antichrist: the Search for Amalek (currently being revised) is all about the connection between Esau’s bloodline and the terrorists of today.

In fact, chapter 5 is titled Haman the Agagite: Antichrist #3.

Excerpt: “Haman was an Agagite, a descendant of Agag, king of Amalek. An Agagite is an Amalekite, and Amalek was a descendant of Esau. Haman’s lineage is given in the Targum Sheni as follows:

Haman the son of Hammedatha the Agagite, son of Srach, son of Buza, son of Iphlotas, son of Dyosef, son of Dyosim, son of Prome, son of Ma’dei, son of Bla’akan, son of Intimrom, son of Harirom, son of Sh’gar, son of Nigar, son of Farmashta, son of Vayezatha, son of Agag, son of Sumki, son of Amalek, son of the concubine of Eliphaz, firstborn son of Esau.”

In our second book, Blood Feud, chapter 5 titled “Israel’s First King” is about how the disobedience of King Saul (1 Samuel 15:1-3) led to the spread of Amalek’s blood all over the world.

Chapter 6 (here) has a map that details how the blood of Amalek, Esau’s illegitimate grandson, found its way to Persia, modern-day Iran.

A literal view of God’s word gives a clear understanding of how terrorism began:

  • Genesis 27:41
  • Exodus 17:16
  • Malachi 1:1-3

The same literal view of God’s word tells us how it will end:

  • Isaiah 63:1-3
  • Revelation 19:13-16


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